By Rolfe Horn
Published by Nazraeli Press, 2005
“Rolfe Horn is a seer in both the real and the other world. He shifts back and forth creating a balance of visual dynamics working as his photographic canvas. It is not the comings to his final destinations that is the goal; it is the curious journey in its wanderings that makes the creative possibilities.” — from the Introduction by Dennis High
Whether focusing his lens on soft and misty undergrowth or stark, man-made structures, Rolfe Horn has a natural talent to arrest one’s gaze and hold it captive. The striking selection of 28 black-and-white photographs in this, our second monograph of Horn’s work, will impress from the very first viewing; the inevitable desire to explore more deeply will uncover significant details that might otherwise go unnoticed. With his subtle use of tone and lighting, this talented young photographer has produced a body of work that is touched with a quietness and an alluring, dream-like quality.